Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Daily 5 Posters


Click on the image to download these posters. Thanks to the fabulous Deanna Jump for the font and inspiration to create these posters. I have also incorporated the clipart from Tammy's Blog so I am calling these posters a mash-up of great ideas.
I am thinking about putting these posters up along with the corresponding anchor chart so the students will have a picture icon to go with each. Another idea is to have the students' names on clothespins so they can clip their name on the daily 5 station of their choice. This is a bit difficult for me because I have 4 Daily 5 sessions in a day and the students are not allowed to go to the same one twice in a day. I would love to hear how you guys let your kiddos choose their daily 5 stations!

31 comments:

Tammy said...

Cute!
Tammy
Live Love Laugh Everyday In Kindergarten

cassie said...

Judy,

I just found your blog and I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these posters. Would you be willing to shrink these down to fit like 8-10 on a page. I would use these for my kids to make their choices. I actually only do 3 rounds a day. I use the small target pocket charts and the kids make their choices there each morning. They have a card for each of the choices behind their name. They then choose the three they want to do that day and then put them in order. Does that make sense? I used didn't cards last year but these are SO MUCH cuter!
Thanks!

Judy Lau said...

Yes! I have a training tomorrow but will try to shrink them down later in the afternoon for you. I'm glad you like the posters!
How did you monitor their choice if there was a limit for the number if students in a station?

Tammy said...

Judy, you can go into your print options and print them smaller. Say if you want them printed at 25% or 50%...you can do that with anything that you print.
Tammy
Live Love Laugh Everyday In Kindergarten

Judy Lau said...

Tammy,
Thanks for the suggestion! I went ahead and made them smaller so that it will take up less pages for her to print.

Cassie,
Thank you for the great idea! I just blogged about it here and if it's still too big for those pocket charts, Tammy said that you can print them out at a smaller percentage. Hope that helps!

Jonelle Bell said...

I blogged about your awesome labels! Thanks!
Jonelle

A Place Called Kindergarten

First Grade Fanatics said...

For Daily 5 we use this check off sheet before each session. It takes just a few minutes at the beginning, but as the kids get used to it, it really only takes about a minute. That way you have a quick record of what kids are doing, and you can make sure they are doing different dailies. Check out this post for your copy! Thanks for the great signs! I like the idea of adding them to the anchor charts!

http://firstgradefanatics.blogspot.com/2011/03/daily-5-record.html

Dian said...

I like your posters. They are so cute! Were you planning on posting more with diverse children in them? I have a very mixed inclusion room and I try to represent everyone. :) Thanks!

According to Ashley said...

Hi Judy! I bookmarked these posters a while back, but I'm just now getting around to printing them for the new school year. I have your "mulitcultural" mini Daily 5 choice cards, but I was wondering if you could possibly make "multicultural" full sized posters to match them, too? My email is ashleyharris31@gmail.com. I would GREATLY appreciate it, as your posters are ADORABLE! Thank you in advance!

Mrs. Cockrell said...

these are great, and i love the multicultural mini-sized cards, as well! thanks so much for sharing!

First Grade Fanatics said...

LOVE this font? Where did you find it?

Judy Lau said...

@First Grade Fanatics - from lettering delights, called "scribble kids"
http://www.letteringdelights.com/alphabet:scribble_kids-6592.html

Erica said...

How did you make the border for the posters? Is it something that you had to purchase or something on Word? I am going to use these super cute posters as my Daily 5 choice board so the kids can take their closepin and pin it on their choice for the day. However, I want a space where I can pin the closepins at the end of the day so I can use this to take attendance as well. So I was going to try to make a 6th poster with something like "Absent" or something cute that either suggests they haven't made their choice yet or aren't at school that day. But I want all 6 to match, so I wanted to know how to create the border so that part matches too! Any help would be appreciated! These are absolutely amazing!

Judy Lau said...

@Erica - great idea! Someone else asked about the border from a different post. It's a border from Microsoft Web and this post will explain a little more (towards the bottom)
http://kindertastic.blogspot.com/2011/06/math-manipulatives-labels.html

Jennifer & Priscilla said...

Wow, you are a-m-a-z-i-n-g! I love your posters. I printed them and even posted about how much I love them on my new little blog. I hope you check it out:
http://ifyougiveateacherablog.blogspot.com/2011/09/wow-first-week-has-come-and-gone-and-i.html

Kate said...

Thank you so much for sharing! Very cute pictures!

kelleann02 said...

I love your posters! I found where another teacher had made posters using students of differenty ethnicities for word work and read to self. I teach in an urban school and would like to have the posters to be more fitting to all of my students. Is there anyway you can make them?

Judy Lau said...

@kelleann02 - yes! i blogged about it here:
http://kindertastic.blogspot.com/2011/08/multicultural-daily-5.html

Wellington Taylor said...

This is certainly one of the most valuable posts. Great tips from beginning till end. Lots of suggestions for me and for people. Superb work

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Shannon Madison said...

Thank you for these! They are great!
Do you have a poster-sized teacher time card? I couldn't find it on your site. Thanks!

Carolyn.Colombo said...

Hi there! I love your work! I cannot access the daily 5 labels that you posted. If you get a chance, could you send them to me at carolyn_colombo@hotmail.com
I would love to use them in my Kindergarten classroom!!! thank you!

Heather and Maeve said...

I LOVE these! thanks for sharing! I would like to make one for my songs and peoms center. Is there any way I can edit these?

Heather and Maeve said...

Oops! Songs and Peoms it should say! Could you email me one to edit? hjhurley@gmail.com

Heather and Maeve said...

Poems Poems :)

~Lisa~ said...

I LOVE your font and cute kiddos graphics. I want to make a poster like these, but I have no clue where to start. I use computers during my Daily 5 time. Can you let me know where to find this font and the graphics so I can try to make one with a computer? Or do you have the template so I can make one to match these? Please let me know! Thanks so much!!!
~Lisa~
star_lightyear@hotmail.com

Annette Kelley said...

Judy, I am not able to pull the Daily 5 Posters up for some reason. Could you send me the link? Thank you, Annette awyman05@yahoo.com

Erica Nycole said...

Hi! I am unable to load these adorable posters. Would you be able to send me the link??

erica.nycole@gmail.com
Thank you so much!

Thy Vu said...

Hello! I am trying to load these cute posters as well but google says there is an error. Would you please be able to send them to me?

thymvu@gmail.com

thank you so much for your time and help!

Michelle Burk said...

Hi!
These are just the perfect Daily 5 signs I have been searching for. I am having an issue down loading them. If you have a moment would you e-mail them to me. Thank you so much!

mjkburk@aol.com

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